Thomas Fothergill Lightfoot, Born: Derby Terrace, Nottingham in England, on 4 March 1831, the son of Robert Lightfoot, a lace manufacturer, and his wife, Hannah Fothergill. Educated: Nottingham Grammar School; and at St. Augustine's College, Canterbury (1854-1857; Honorary Fellow, 1883). Married: 1861, to his cousin Anna Ellen Fothergill. [She died on board the ship Syria, at sea, on 31 May 1874.] 1878, to Eleanor Gertrude le Gros, the daughter of James le Gros, of Liverpool. [She died in 1905.]
He was deacon in the Chapel Royal, Whitehall by the Bishop of London for service in the colonies, 1857, and Priest, 1859, by the Metropolitan Bishop of Cape Town, the Most Revd Robert Gray.
He was a printer and newspaper reporter. "[He left school] rather early to be apprenticed to the printer of the Nottingham Journal. Here he learnt printing, and then short-hand.
St Paul's Primary School strives to develop all stakeholders to press on towards excellence.
St. Paul's Primere skool strewe om alle belanghebbendes to ontwikkel om aan te dring tot uitnemendheid.
ACCOUNT NAME: St Paul's Primary School
BRANCH NAME: Adderley Street
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ACCOUNT TYPE: Cheque
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